2018 Walk To End Alzheimer’s


Take the first step to a world without Alzheimer's. Join the Heartland PCA Team in this year’s Walk To End Alzheimer’s! ...Read More

Help Children with Disabilities Feel Like They Belong


The world around us is not always accommodating to our children with disabilities. It can feel like a constant struggle to help make our children feel like they belong.  ...Read More

Independent Living Skills for Everyone


Whether you are young or old, a primary caregiver for your loved one, or recently affected by a life-altering accident, independent skills training can help you improve your life and overcome many obstacles.  ...Read More

Teaching Your Parents Internet Safety


The internet has been a great invention that allows us to do all sorts of things we never could before. It is also continually growing and evolving. With that being said, it can also be a scary place. Scam artists have found a new home on the internet. ...Read More

Considering Becoming a PCA? Tips and Testimonials.


Considering becoming a PCA? Personal Care Assistants are one of the most rewarding jobs a person could ever have. PCA’s are the people that many families depend on to care for their loved ones. You will be helping people who truly need your services, while making their life a little easier along with providing their family some peace of mind. Often times, your presence and assistance is the only thing keeping an individual in their own home, which is invaluable to most people. ...Read More

Differences Between Traditional and Choice PCA


People receiving in-home personal care services in Minnesota are required to use a PCA provider agency registered through the Minnesota Department of Human Services. There are two options for PCA provider services: PCA Traditional and PCA Choice. Heartland PCA in Minnesota is proud to offer both Choice and Traditional options. Read on to discover the differences between traditional and choice PCA.
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Should I Hire a Personal Care Assistant?


If you or a loved one are aging, ailing or exhibiting signs of decreased independence in daily activities, it might be time to consider enlisting the services of a Personal Care Assistant or PCA for support in a variety of tasks. ...Read More